0.22uF K capacitor in parallel with 120k resistor for a juicer motor

I have this juice extractor 400W thats not powering only to confirm to you that the motor is working all switches are working. The box capacitor indicates that it has voltage on only the entry pole but the outgoing pole has no power(voltage).. I have there fore assumed that the box capacitor is faulty. am i right?

by Engineernjuki
December 17, 2021

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Answer by Engineernjuki

shouldn't a box capacitor work in the fact that both poles are active.? please advise..

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by Engineernjuki
December 17, 2021

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